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McNerney to speak August 25, Pleasanton Chamber of Commerce

Original post made by Ken in South Pleasanton, Downtown, on Aug 19, 2009

Jerry McNerney will be addressing a luncheon meeting of the Pleasanton Chamber of Commerce on August 25. Here is a link to the announcement.

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This luncheon is open to everyone, but costs between $30 and $35. Deadline for registering is August 19 (today!). If you can't afford the luncheon, you might consider joining an impromptu demonstration (peaceful and non-disruptive) outside the venue to express your support or non-support of McNerney positions.

This might be the only chance you have to express your opinions to Jerry unless you were one of the fortunate chosen to have been called by his faux-townhall meeting representatives.


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